Lime Chutney

Spicy, hot, sour and sweet lemon chutney sits well with almost any dish. You could have it with grilled fish, fried meat, spaghetti, toasts, rice or anything crispy as it acts as an easy appetizer. It can be preserved year along and can be a handy add-on with cold meats or for any spontaneous preparations.

Lime Chutney Blogs

10 Tasty Varieties Of Chutney

10 Tasty Varieties Of Chutney On : 12-Nov-2010 By : foodoholic

  They say that every Indian food is incomplete without this condiment, chutney. Acknowledging the importance of this native sauce in the Indian culinary customs, here are the top 10 tasty varieties of Chutney that are most integral to...

Chutney: Makes Food Crispy

Chutney: Makes Food Crispy On : 25-May-2007 By : Ganesh Dutta

A Chutney is a term for a variety of sweet and spicy condiments, originally from South Asia. Chutney may be dry or wet. Dry chutney is generally in the form of powder. In India, a chutney is often made to...

Some Like It Hot!

Some Like It Hot! On : 15-Oct-2007 By : shantihhh

Twenty or thirty years ago in Australia, "meat and three veg" was the standard dinner formula. As far as condiments--tomato sauce (ketchup) was king. But since then there's been a real shift and interest in spicy foods has taken off. Everywhere...

Karnataka Cuisine

Karnataka Cuisine On : 23-Jun-2008 By : deepaspgowda

The following are typical items in a typical vegetarian Northern Karnataka meal : rotti   Badane kaayi gojju/enne-gai/tumbu-gai - Stuffed and/or sauteed Shenga / Ellu dry chutney in powder form - sometimes called hindi   ...

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